Louise has been tested for feline leukemia/FIV/HW, received her full series of kitten vaccines, 1 year rabies, wormed, treated for fleas and lice. She (and Harold) was exposed to lice at another facility and has undergone 2 months of treatment at our vet. She is lice free, happy, healthy, and now ready for a loving, indoor, forever home. She is due to be spayed later this month. We wanted to give her a couple weeks to adjust to living outside a cage at our vet, before we had to put her in our infirmary to recover from her spay surgery.
Her spay is covered under our full service adoption package, and is done at our local veterinarian.
We require a veterinarian reference prior to scheduling an adoption appointment, and do require all adopters to bring a cat carrier to their adoption appointment. No Exceptions.
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